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Crispy zucchini pancakes; a quick, healthy meal

During the quarantine, there is a lot of time to try and enjoy new recipes. A health filled zucchini pancake is the perfect lunch meal to make, and it tastes delicious!

Samantha Felner '22, Features editor

May 31, 2020

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Discussion highlights the benefits and drawbacks of student choice

Students were able to vote towards chicken sliders or hamburgers through taste testing outside the Cafeteria.

Amanda Rowan '22, Staff Writer

February 25, 2020

Chicken sliders and hamburgers were put to the test on Jan. 24 through a student voting process outside the cafeteria to figure out which is a more popular purchase for students. Many Staples students have expressed their concerns about student choice foods. Some feel like it is an ineffective way of...

The best homemade macaroni and cheese recipe

The best homemade macaroni and cheese recipe

Kevin Ludy '19 and Hannah Schmidt '19

April 6, 2019

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New Netflix show “The Final Table” is well-done, despite fat around the edges

New Netflix show “The Final Table” is well-done, despite fat around the edges

Reece Keusch '19

January 29, 2019

From "MasterChef" to "Rachel Ray" to "Chopped" to "Hell’s Kitchen", cooking shows have become increasingly popular over the past two decades. Whether they’re instructional programs or competitions, these shows have become weekly traditions for many families. However, the new Netflix original series...

To Die for: Thanksgiving desserts

To Die for: Thanksgiving desserts

November 27, 2017

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TV dreams turn into a reality

TV dreams turn into a reality

May 19, 2017

By Izzy Ullmann '17 When Declan Byrne ’19 watched Fox’s TV show, “Hell’s Kitchen” for the first time, he wasn’t expecting it to be more than an average series. “I was like ‘alright I’ll give it a try,’” Byrne said. “And then it actually ended up being interesting and dra...

Fox Schanzer discovers a passion for cooking through one simple decision

Photo contributed by Fox Schanzer ’18

March 30, 2017

By Bailey Blaikie ’19 To some, joining a club means attending the meetings once or twice a year and adding it to a college resume. However, for students like Fox Schanzer ’18, joining a club would lead him on his path for life.   Schanzer joined Culinary Club as a freshman, not thinkin...

A survival guide for the Kosher for Passover

A survival guide for the Kosher for Passover

Caroline Cohen, Managing Editor

April 8, 2015

As an admitted pasta-obsessor, Passover can be quite the struggle for me. The holiday that commemorates the Jewish people’s escape from Egypt and into freedom also involves an eight-day period where those observing can not eat leavened bread. Don’t get me wrong, the holiday is as important as ...

Top 3 foods to create in the spirit of spring

Top 3 foods to create in the spirit of spring

Alix Sommers, Staff Writer

April 2, 2015

Winter is finally coming to a close and Spring is on its way. This means that it’s time to start picking out new recipes for the new season. Spring is the time when you start to fix more warm-season crops such as zucchini and peppers. These three healthy recipes are a great way to get you motivated...

Diary of a bad cook

Katelyn Deagro, Staff Writer

March 23, 2015

I am the outcast of my family. My dad can make delicious chocolate chip pancakes and can cook literally anything on the grill. My mom can look in the fridge and visualize all the different meals she can make. My sister is a culinary genius and whipping up  cakes is her specialty. But me? I know how...

A “brunch” of recipes to love this Valentine’s Day

A “brunch” of recipes to love this Valentine’s Day

Kaila Finn, Web News Editor

February 13, 2015

There are a lot of ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day. Some people go on dates, others spend time with friends and of course, there’s always the trusty “Galentine’s Day” (when groups of girls get together on Valentine’s Day and celebrate being single). But with the trendiness of brunching...

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